| ProfessionalWhy did you make this work:
An exclusive print for the V & A - inspiration drawn from the museum's fashion and costume collections. Vintage engravings are collaged to create intricate scenes in which the characters come to life through humorous anthropomorphism. Original artwork and collaged elements join seamlessly and create images with playfulness and with a welcome element of surprise.
How was the illustration used:
Part of a series of prints commissioned by the V & A
How did you make this work:
Many of the collaged elements are taken from engravings by Gustave Doré and other 19th century graphic sources. The even line of the original artwork blends with the collaged works and makes a new image with a meaning of its own.Commissioner Company :
Victoria and Albert Museum
Lynn Hatzius uses a variety of techniques in her illustrations, ranging from delicate silhouette cut outs to surreal collage. With more than 15 years experience, most of her commissioned work has been in publishing, with a recent turn towards design and packaging. Originally from Germany, Lynn is now based in Sweden. She established her career as a freelance creative in London, where she completed a BA in Illustration and an MA in printmaking. Lynn has been a visiting lecturer in the printmaking department at Konstfack, Stockholm and on the illustration course at Middlesex University. Through explorations in printmaking and paper engineering she continuously develops personal projects and regularly exhibits her work.